Samantha Flores, who was nearly killed while riding a bike, organized the Cyclist Lives Matter ride and festival to promote traffic safety.
As plans proceed without bike infrastructure on Lower Broadway, the mayor says Broadway needs “a continuous, safe, separated bike lane the entire route.”
The 80/20 Foundation, City of San Antonio, SATX Social Ride, and the San Antonio Cycling Alliance have joined forces to promote bike safety awareness.
Using the information created from the map, the Rivard Report hopes to build awareness of the current condition of cycling infrastructure.
The Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization will host six public meetings through March 3, allowing residents in the greater San Antonio area to prioritize a list of regional transportation projects that will receive funding over the next four years as part of the 2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program.
A jury ordered the City of Indian Wells, CA to pay $5.8 million to a local family who sued over unsafe bike lanes after a prominent neurosurgeon was killed while cycling the area in 2012.
A number of local charities and nonprofits will be thankful that the Mission to Mission Charity Bike Tour rode off without a hitch today.
The City of San Antonio is poised to clarify several sections of its Unified Development Code (UDC) with about 200 proposed amendments affecting a range of City processes from land use to street safety.
You may have never heard of Janette Sadik-Khan, but in some circles she is considered a rock star.
Friends, family, and bicycle enthusiasts of all skill levels came out to enjoy the first annual San Antonio Bike October Fest on Saturday at the Alamo Beer brewery in the Eastside.